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Edinburgh Genomics Awarded International Quality Stamp

Edinburgh Genomics has received an internationally-recognised accreditation, ISO 17025:2005, to mark the quality of our genome analysis services. We employ advanced technologies that can decode the entire genetic make-up of a human or any other species in a matter of days. The accreditation is for whole genome sequencing at Edinburgh Genomics’ Clinical Facility, which means we can now provide...

Edinburgh Genomics Roadshow

Edinburgh Genomics is hosting our second Roadshow event to showcase both user research and recent developments within the Facility. Announcements will include our new ONT PromethION, low input RNA-seq library prep and the NovaSeq SP flow cell. As the University's sequencing facility, we are here to help support your research, so take advantage of this free event and learn more about what we can...

PacBio Symposium

Join us and learn how our PacBio Sequel platform can help support your research with long read sequencing and high consensus accuracy. Speakers will include scientific talks from researchers and industry experts from PacBio outlining how to get the most from your SMRT sequencing. The afternoon will also include a prize draw for your chance to win free PacBio sequencing*. Lunch will be provided,...

Winter Closure Information 2018/2019

Edinburgh Genomics will close for the winter break at 5pm on Friday 21st December and will re-open at 9am on Thursday 3rd January 2019. Customers should be aware of the following sample submission/collection times: EG (Science) Facility at the King’s Buildings: · Last submission for Sanger sequencing and return of data this year: 2pm on Thursday 20th December 2018 · Last collection (all services...

Gene study boosts bid to keep British bees safe from disease

Efforts to protect the UK's native honey bees could be helped by research that maps their entire genetic make-up. Experts also analysed the genetic profile of bacteria and other organisms that live inside bees, to shed new light on emerging diseases that threaten bee colonies. Researchers say their findings could help to safeguard native bee populations from the effects of infectious diseases...

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